News, Events & Other
March 5, 2007
Monterey, CA -- Stuart Robbins, The Executive Director of The CIO Collective, and author of the critically-acclaimed book The System is a Mirror, was the dinner speaker at The Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Executive Education, as part of the Navy Corporate Business Course sponsored by the Navy’s Executive Learning Officer. Thirty-four attendees from around the country have come together for ten days of intensive education which is structured to train U.S. and International military and Department of Defense civilians in Defense-focused business policy and the related Information Technology initiatives. Captains and Admirals attend the NPS sessions as part of their Continuing Learning in the Navy's educational strategy to provide intellectual resources for leaders and their various organizations. Mr. Robbins spoke about his principles of systems theory, prime among them being "that the systems won't talk to each other if the people aren't talking to each other." For more information about the Center for Executive Education at Naval Postgraduate School , see their website: http://www.cee.nps.navy.mil/.
February 22, 2007
Santa Clara, CA -- The CIO Collective held a strategic advisory panel with the sales and marketing teams at WebEx Communications, exploring the company's broadened product offering as an infrastructure platform and the marketing requirements needed to transform the industry's appreciation of its product line. Attendees of the session from the Collective included Bud Mathaisel (Solectron), Tama Olver (Applera), George Lin (Advent), Dean Lane (Varitrak), Visa Chatterjee (Scholastic) and Reza Sadeghian (SAP). The session was facilitated by Stuart Robbins.
ExecutiveTV.tv recently interviewed Stuart Robbins, Executive Director of The CIO Collective, about his newly published book Lessons in Grid Computing: The System Is a Mirror. View interview clips here.
February 7, 2005
NEW YORK -- The CIO Collective convened a CIO Advisory Panel, the first of a series
planned for New York in 2005. Hosted by Tsvi Gal, CIO of Warner Music Group, the
session was sponsored by RightOrder and
participants provided guidance to RightOrder's executive team on a wide variety
of issues, ranging from the technology of query optimization to the company's
overall marketing strategy. In addition to Tsvi Gal and Stuart Robbins, Executive
Director of The CIO Collective, participants included Michael Auslander (Campbell's
Soup), Vivian Schneck-Last (Goldman Sachs), Atefeh Riazi (Ogilvy & Mather), Judy
Arteche-Carr (Unisys), Malka Treuhaft (Truision), Dave Tonkonow (1199 National
Benefit Fund), Ian Drachman (Tower Group), Evelyn Fuhrer (independent, formerly
IBM), and Joe Vito (US Trust).
February 7, 2005
WASHINGTON, DC -- The CIO Collective, in partnership with Veridyne, Inc., is providing
guidance to an ecosystem of emerging technology companies, part of an ongoing
relationship with the Federal CIO Council and various federal departments. The
program is noted in this week's issue of Federal Computer Week: http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2005/0207/biz-sv-02-07-05.asp.
November 04, 2004
SAN JOSE, CA -- The CIO Collective sponsored a CIO/CTO Advisory Panel for RightOrder,
a provider of QueryEdge, a database performance optimization product that has
produced dramatic results in benchmark HP-Intel testing. Joining the executives
at RightOrder were Jim Cates (Brocade), Dean Lane (VariTools), Parmeet Chaddha
(Corio), Reza Sadeghian (Synopsys), Doug Halperin (Pictopia), and Stuart Robbins
(The CIO Collective). The advisory session reviewed the corporate presentation
and provided feedback on product strategy, messaging, and the potential benefits
of their underlying index technology.
October 14, 2004
CHICAGO, IL -- During the luncheon session at CIO Insight’s Alignment Summit 2004,
Stuart Robbins presented awards to Tama Olver, Applera Corporation and Doreen
Wright, Campbell's Soup Company, as co-winners of the Amy
B. Kahn "Women in IT: Excellence in Leadership" program sponsored by The CIO
Collective. In presenting the awards, Stuart noted that it was "an extreme honor
and pleasure to recognize two women whose exceptional professional careers are
examples we, as IT executives, should all try to emulate." Also attending the
Alignment Summit were other CIO Collective associates Atefeh Riazi and Malka Treuhaft,
both of whom participated in the nomination and recruitment portions of the program
during the past six months. During the conference, Doreen Wright provided a keynote
presentation on "The Culture of Alignment" and Tama Olver participated in the
panel on "Communicating with CXOs and the Board."
September 15, 2004
SAN JOSE, CA -- In association with Ventana
Research, members of The CIO Collective welcomed IT colleagues from the United
Kingdom for a reception and dinner held at The Fairmont Hotel. Visiting IT executives
from the UK represented The Ministry of Defence (MoD), AMEC, Bird & Bird, British
Nuclear Fuels (BNFL), BT Global, Lloyds Register, Medical Research Council, Rolls
Royce, Scottish Water, Standard Chartered Bank, and Mike Portlock from Greenside
Partners, the coordinator of the UK CIO group. Joining Mark Smith from Ventana
Research, and Stuart Robbins, Executive Director of The CIO Collective, were Debra
Martucci (Synopsys), Dean Lane (Symantec), Judy Armstrong (Logitech), and Marti
Menacho (Tibco Software). Ventana's alliance partner, Cognos, sponsored the evening's
activities that were focused upon building CIO-level relationships spanning the
Atlantic Ocean, extending The CIO Collective's international reach.
September 01, 2004
OAKLAND, CA -- The CIO Collective announced the winners of the first Amy
B. Kahn "Women in IT: Excellence in Leadership" Award for 2004.
Named after one of the founding associates of The CIO Collective, the award is
given to women who have demonstrated compelling IT leadership, a dedication to
mentoring, and an ongoing commitment to collaboration within and beyond the enterprise.
Co-winners: Tama Olver, CIO for Applera Corporation
and Doreen Wright, CIO for Campbell's Soup were selected as co-winners
of this year's competition. The selection committee is very pleased to recognize
these two remarkable women, and their significant contributions to the industry.
Special Mention: The selection committee also recognizes Debra
Martucci, VP of IT for Synopsys Corporation, for her very special contributions
to Synopsys Corporation during her impressive tenure at that company.
Ms. Olver and Ms. Knight will formally accept their awards at a dinner in their
honor on October 13 in Chicago, scheduled to coincide with Ziff Davis Media's
Strategic Alignment conference which will be held on the following day. Further
information about the dinner and the conference will be released at a later date.
August 05, 2004
OAKLAND, CA -- In association with CIO Insight
(Ziff Davis Media), The CIO Collective held a conference call to provide guidance
to the executive editors as they plan their 2005 publication schedule. The conversation
covered a broad range of topics that were of specific interest to the participants:
Governance, Alignment, Grid Computing, Asset Management, Identity Management,
Business Intelligence, and Compliance (among others). Participants from Ziff Davis
Media included Ellen Pearlman, Allan Alter, Edward Baker, and Debra D'Agostino.
Participants from The CIO Collective included Stuart Robbins (facilitator), Tama
Olver (Applera), Joey Castaneda (North American Lubricants), David Minster (David
Yurman and Company), Atefeh Riazi (Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide), and by special
invitation, Peng Ong (Encentuate).
July 15, 2004
PEBBLE BEACH, CA -- July 15, 2004: Stuart Robbins presented an overview of offshore
outsourcing issues at The CIO Conference in Pebble Beach, CA which was hosted
by SearchCIO.com. Also presenting
at the conference: Thornton May, Terry Jones, Jim McCann, and Bob Denis. Attending
the conference were several associates of The CIO Collective, among them Dean
Lane (Symantec), Ted Cahall (CNET Networks), Scott McEvoy (Vitria Technology),
Steve Carlson (TriNet) and Wyly Wade (The McLain Group).
June 24, 2004
OAKLAND, CA -- The CIO Collective sponsored a conference call with the founders
of Software Commons, an emerging company focused upon the aggregation and distribution
of custom-developed software to be shared beyond the boundaries of the enterprise.
As an example, extensions of Oracle 11i could be shared among a community of members,
in the model recently initiated by Avalanche. Topics of the session included the
issues pertaining to intellectual property and licensing, distribution, business
models, and quality assurance. Participating in the advisory session were Marti
Menacho (Tibco Software), Dean Lane (Symantec), Robert Urwiler (Macromedia), Malka
Treuhaft (Truision) and Vivian Shneck-Last (Goldman Sachs). For more information
about the call or to request a transcription, contact srobbins
June 10, 2004
WASHINGTON, DC -- Stuart Robbins facilitated a one-day conference on The Future
of IT at The World Bank, sponsored by Mohamed Muhsin, the Bank's VP and CIO. Debra
Martucci from Synopsys, an associate of the CIO Collective, delivered the afternoon
keynote address entitled "Success, Once Chip at a Time." Also presenting at the
conference were John Johnson, VP of IT from Intel, Sandeep Johri, VP of Corporate
Software Strategy from Hewlett-Packard, and Thornton May, corporate futurist and
columnist for Computerworld. Mr. May also moderated a panel on Information Security
that included Dr. Bill Hancock from Savvis, Dave Aucsmith from Microsoft, Julia
Allen from CERT/Carnegie-Mellon, Jerry Dixon from the Internal Revenue Service
and Don Reid from the State Department.
May 7, 2004
PLEASANTON, CA -- Held at Documentum headquarters in Pleasanton, The CIO Collective
convened a CIO Advisory Panel for the executive team of Silver Creek Systems,
based in Louisville, Colorado. Joining the Silver Creek team for a product and
marketing review were George Lin (Documentum/EMC), Rita Khayat-Toubia (Proxim),
Ted Cahall (CNET Networks), Jayson Hahn (Merrimac Industries), Judy Armstrong
(StrataFusion), Madhukar Govindaraju (Hyperion), and Dean Lane (Symantec). For
more information about Silver Creek Systems, see www.silvercreeksystems.com.
March 10, 2004
OAKLAND, CA -- The CIO Collective announced the first annual Amy B. Kahn "Women
in IT: Excellence in Leadership" award. The objective of this new program is to
recognize the contributions and achievements of women IT executives, in fond remembrance
of one of the founding associates of the CIO Collective. For more information
about Amy Kahn, and the award program in her name, see the special
February 3, 2004
ST. PETERSBURG (Russia) -- The CIO Collective launched an international effort
to bridge the communication gap between countries by co-sponsoring a leadership
conference here, in association with DataArt, a Russian offshoring development
firm with headquarters in New York City. Stuart Robbins, Executive Director of
The CIO Collective, met with members of the Russian technology press to discuss
Managing a Globalized Workforce, and participated in several panel discussions
with leaders of the St. Petersburg technology community.
"We have a unique opportunity in the next decade to demonstrate the value
of information technology," Robbins said in an interview with Expert magazine,
a leading technology publication in St. Petersburg. "For our systems to connect,
the people responsible for our systems must connect."
He went on to say that this conference, which included 50-60 executives from the
Russian business community and the press, is a good example of what we can accomplish
when we come together with a common purpose. "We have already witnessed the
next stage of computing with the advent of the Grid, and as grid computing and
externalized IT services become broadly adopted, we will witness a transformation
of our businesses in the global marketplace."
The St. Petersburg Technology Leadership Forum was facilitated by Loretta Prencipe,
Editorial Director for MediaFirst, and also included presentations by Eugene Goland,
CEO of DataArt Corporation, Andrey Narvsky, co-chair of the American Chamber of
Commerce St. Petersrburg Chapter IT Committee, and Valentin Makarov, President
of the Russian consortium of IT providers, Fort-Ross IT Services. Attending were
representatives from American Express, Actel, AsicDesign, Arcadia, EType SPB,
SJ Labs, Obix Information Solutions, Reksoft, RBC, Piter, and numerous members
of the Russian technology press.
For more information about the conference, see the conference agenda at www.dataart.com.
The CIO Collective is a non-profit professional association of senior IT executives
providing guidance to emerging institutions and initiatives. Refer to www.cio-collective.com
for information about the association's membership, and advisory programs.
October 11, 2003
NEW ORLEANS, LA -- Stuart Robbins spoke on the subject of Partnering with CIOs
to attendees at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. Microsoft is renewing
its commitment to assist their International Association of Microsoft Certified
Partners by providing additional support for regional clusters of partner companies,
many of which are small businesses focused upon specific Microsoft technologies.
8,000 people attended the conference from around the world, and The CIO Collective
was one of the few outside (independent) organizations invited to lead a topic
October 9, 2003
SAN JOSE -- The CIO Collective held a roundtable discussion at Yahoo!, discussing
the company's collaboration strategy and the upcoming launch of Business Messaging
Services. Lars Rabbe, Yahoo! CIO, hosted the session and Stuart Robbins facilitated
a panel discussion that included Debra Martucci, VP of IT, Synopsys Corporation;
Steve Ruggiero, Director of IT, Synopsys Corporation; Jim Cates, CIO, Brocade
Communications; Sharon Mandell, CTO, Knight Ridder Digital; Doug Kalish, former
CKO, Scient Corporation; Daniel Crespo-Dubie, VP of IT, McKesson Corporation;
George Lin, VP and CIO, Documentum; Rita Khayat-Toubia, CIO, Proxim; and Al Pappas,
former CIO, Hotwire and Adobe.
October 2, 2003
NEW YORK -- The CIO Collective co-sponsored an all-day session with the Technology
Leadership Council of New York/New Jersey. Attending the session were executives
from AIG, Bayer, Datatec Systems, Tatum Partners, Stuart Robbins and Mark Minevich
from The CIO Collective, as well as senior management from IBM: Val Rahmani, VP
of IBM Corporate Strategy, Rod Smith, VP of Emerging Technologies, and Jack Santoni,
Managing Principal of IBM Global Services. The focus of the session involved IBM's
eBusiness On Demand program and how such infrastructure strategies compliment
the IT industry's direction of an outsourced, global workforce.
August 5, 2003
SAN FRANCISCO -- The CIO Collective convened an advisory panel sponsored by Macromedia.
The session was held at Macromedia's San Francisco headquarters, and focused upon
a review of market positioning and messaging for a program to be launched in the
coming months. Attending this advisory session: Stuart Robbins and Maggie Law
of the CIO Collective; Dean Lane from Symantec; Beth Clifford, former eCIO for
The Kinetics Group; Doug Halperin from Pictopia; Scott Wiener from Certive Corporation;
Wyly Wade from Z-Tel Corporation; and Malka Treuhaft from The Centre Group in
June 5, 2003
WASHINGTON, DC -- Stuart Robbins, Executive Director of The CIO Collective, facilitated
a day-long conference at The World Bank on June 5 in Washington. Sponsored by
Mohamed Muhsin, CIO of The World Bank, the event was entitled "People, Process,
and Technology in the 21st Century" and was attended by more than 400 technology
staff of the Bank.
The keynote presentation was provided by Brad Boston (VP and CIO, Cisco Systems),
followed by a panel discussion on emerging technologies and how those technologies
are being leveraged by various institutions. Joining Mr. Robbins and Mr. Boston
in the panel discussion were Dave DeWalt, President and CEO of Documentum, Steve
O'Connor, former CIO for Silicon Graphics and currently General Manager for ITM
Software, and Thornton May, columnist for Computerworld and a futurist with Toffler
Associates. Matt Kelly, from the Working Council of CIOs of the Corporate Executive
Board discussed portal strategies, and Mr. May concluded the session with commentary
on the current and future state of Information Technology.
Jim Wolfensohn, President of The World Bank, joined the presenters for commentary
during the post-conference reception.
April 11, 2003
The CIO Collective sponsored a roundtable in Palo Alto with special guest Dan
Chenok, Branch Chief for Information Policy and Technology from the Office of
Management and Budget in Washington. Dan presented the Bush administration's strategy
for eGovernment and explained the 24 initiatives included in the 2003/2004 IT
budget. In addition, the group discussed possible approaches to ensure that communication
between the startup community and Capital Hill on the subject of emerging technologies
can be improved.
Joining Dan and Stuart Robbins were Judy Armstrong from Benchmark Capital, Yoram
Novick from Topio, Bill Schroeder from Vormetric, Suresh Katta from Saama Technologies,
Chris Noble and Ophir Ronen from SingleStep Technologies, Ford Goodman from Certive
Corporation, Gary Oliver from Cohesiant, and Danny Shader and Mark Williams from
March 14, 2003
Analysts from Bessemer Trust of New York and associates of The CIO Collective
held a conference call on IT spending, with particular attention being paid to
the geo-political environment and its impact on planning and prioritization in
the remainder of 2003. Participants from the CIO Collective included Stuart Robbins,
Dave McCandless from Fortel Corporation, Sean Moriarty from Ticketmaster, Tama
Olver from Applera, Jayson Hahn from Merrimac Industries, Bob Jones from Cisco
Systems, and Mark Minevich from MarkSoft.
January 6, 2003
George Lin, CIO of Documentum, Inc. and CIO Collective associate, named a Premier
Top 100 IT Leader by the editors of IDG’s Computerworld. Read
the Documentum press release.
December 16, 2002
Execs Optimistic On SEC And Treasury Nominees" -- by Beth Bacheldor with Marianne
Kolbasuk McGee and Eileen Colkin Cuneo, Information Week. The CIO Collective's
Executive Director Stuart Robbins offers comments on the nominations of John Snow
for Treasury secretary and William Donaldson to lead the SEC.
December 13, 2002
Squeeze Play Puts Pressure on CIOs -- by Elizabeth Wasserman, CIO Insight.
In this article, a number of IT professionals (including CIO Collective Executive
Director Stuart Robbins) are asked to share their thoughts on the Sarbanes-Oxley
Act of 2002.
December 6, 2002
Executive Director Stuart Robbins speaks to Morgan Stanley CIO Outlook Conference
in New York City. Conference panelists discuss 2003 budget prospects, the current
status of the build v. buy debate, Linux as an enterprise-ready technology for
mission-critical applications, data center consolidation, and the modest recovery
of the enterprise software industry.
November 18, 2002
Mohamed Muhsin, VP and CIO of the World Bank and CIO Collective Board Member interviewed
by Ellen Olafsen for the Development Gateway (read
interview). Muhsin discusses his primary responsibilities as a CIO and shares
thoughts on the digital divide, the economy's recent slow-down, the potential
of ICT (information and communication technologies) in developing countries, and
September 27, 2002
The CIO Collective and Bessemer Trust co-sponsored a technology conference call
with members of the CIO Collective on the subject of Doing More with Less.
Participants in the call included associates Sean Moriarty, Kim Hoover, Michael
Jones, Al Pappas, Blair Jockers, Wyly Wade, and Malka Treuhaft. For a full transcription
of the conference call, email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 16, 2002
Business Continuity" -- by Lisa Stambaugh and (CIO Collective Executive Director)
Stuart Robbins; a CIO Insight Whiteboard feature.
September 4, 2002
CRIA Technologies executive team met with a panel of CIOs for a discussion about
Outsourcing. Attending were numerous CIO Collective associates (Tama
Olver, Howard Wise, Jose Morales-Correa, Doug Halperin, Ira Gershkoff and Reza
Sadeghian), joined by IT executives from San Jose area companies Applied Materials,
Centerbeam, TiVo, EverDream and Logitech. http://www.criatech.com
August 13, 2002
the Ethical CIO" -- Ziff Davis Media publication CIO Insight assembled
an IT executive roundtable to discuss a CIO's charter to be both effective and
ethical amid corporate scandals, cost-cutting and a new climate of accountability.
Among the invited participants were The CIO Collective's Usha Sekar, Malka Treuhaft,
and Stuart Robbins.
July 15, 2002
LOS ANGELES, CA -- CIO Collective Executive Director Stuart Robbins speaks at
June 14, 2002
Stuart Robbins, CIO Collective Executive Director, participated in roundtable
Source Goes Mainstream" for CIO Insight.
May 22, 2002
team met with CIO Collective advisory panel: Dean Lane, Judy Armstrong, George
Lin, Doug Halperin, and Stuart Robbins. Bridgestream's VP of Engineering suggested
that they received "six months of customer insights" in a single evening.
April 12, 2002
The CIO Collective and Bessemer Trust co-sponsored a technology conference call
with members of the CIO Collective on the subject of IT Spending Trends. Participants
in the call included associates Tom Buckholtz, Mark Vedel, Sean Moriarty, plus
senior representatives from TCW, EDS, and Tacit Knowledge Systems. For a full
transcription of the conference call, email a request to email@example.com.
February 13, 2002
InterWest Partners, a
San Jose, CA, venture capital firm, met with CIO Collective advisory panel to
review a potential investment opportunity. Panelists included: Beth Clifford,
Doug Halperin, Michael Jones, Doug Kalish, Al Pappas, Stuart Robbins, and Bert
January 25, 2002
The CIO Collective and Bessemer Trust co-sponsored a technology
conference call with members of the CIO Collective on the
subject of IT Spending Trends. Participants in the call included
associates Al Pappas, Malka Treuhaft, Beth Clifford, Luc LaFontan,
plus senior representatives from Nortel Networks, ;login
Magazine, TTFN Associates, Primitive Logic and KPMG Consulting.
For a full transcription of the conference call, email a request
January 11, 2002
WASHINGTON, DC -- The CIO Collective was featured for a second
time on Morgan Stanley's "CIO Unplugged" webcast, facilitated
by Chuck Phillips, Managing Director for Morgan Stanley. The
topic of this conference was eGovernment. The CIO
Collective's Stuart Robbins, Sean Moriarty, and Alan Balutis
were joined by Rod Loucks, CTO for the City and County of
San Francisco. The group was interviewed on a variety of IT
issues related to eGovernment at the federal, state, and local
level. (Current Morgan Stanley clients can access the January
11 webcast of the entire session via the ClientLink program
For all others interested, a detailed summary of the session
is available by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
November 27, 2001
WASHINGTON, DC -- Phil Thompson, VP of Business Transformation
and CIO for IBM, joined members of the CIO Collective and
the Federal CIO Council for their second IT Leadership Forum,
a quarterly meeting of Government CIOs and IT executives from
the private sector. Attending the Forum from the CIO Collective
were Jack Cooper, Malka Treuhaft, Sean Moriarty, and Kim Hoover.
Representing the Federal CIO Council were Laura Callahan (Department
of Labor), Mayi Canales (Treasury Department), Craig Luigart
(Department of Education), Debra Stouffer (Housing and Urban
Development), John Sindelar (Government Services Administration)
and Doug Chenok (Office of Management and Budget). Stuart
Robbins, Executive Director of The CIO Collective, co-facilitated
the meeting with Alan Balutis, COO of the Federation of Government
Information Processing Councils and Marc Cummings, Director
of Public Sector Programs for InfoTech Strategies. For more
information about the public/private partnership and mentoring
program of the Leadership Forum, send email to email@example.com.
November 16, 2001
Bessemer Trust co-sponsored a technology conference call with
members of The CIO Collective on the subject of IT spending
trends, with an emphasis on Business Continuity.
From the Collective were Judy Armstrong, Doug Kalish, Richard
Mazzoni, Malka Treuhaft, and Jorden Woods. Also participating
in the call were senior representatives from KPMG, EDS, Benchmark
Capital, Ziff Davis Media, Paras Ventures, the MIT/Gartner
Workplace of the Future initiative, and Certaintly Solutions.
For a full transcription of the conference call, send email
Stuart Robbins, CIO Collective Executive Director and member
of the advisory board of CIO
Insight (a new publication by Ziff Davis Media), has authored
an editorial for the November 2001 issue, regarding the impact
of September 11 on the CIO Community. Read a reprint of "A
CIO Call to Action".
Baseline Magazine quoted CIO Collective Executive Director
Stuart Robbins in the article "10%
Solution". Organizations preparing for unlikely, but potentially
devastating, events of disaster are learning that cross-training
workers and documenting what people know are among the most
effective measures they can take.
October 5, 2001
The CIO Collective and Bessemer
Trust co-sponsored a conference call on current trends
in IT. Facilitated by Stuart Robbins and Natalie Billon from
Bessemer Trust, the call included Collective associates Judy
Armstrong, Kim Hoover, Luc Lafontan, Sean Moriarty, Al Pappas,
and Pierre Samec. Topics of the discussion ranged from current
spending trends and new business continuity interests to Microsoft's
latest licensing strategy. For a transcript of the conference
call, email request to
August 10, 2001
NEW YORK, NY -- The CIO Collective was featured on Morgan
Stanley's "CIO Unplugged" webcast, facilitated by Chuck Phillips,
Managing Director for Morgan Stanley. Stuart Robbins, Founder
and Executive Director of The CIO Collective, along with CIO
Collective associates Judy Armstrong and Tama Olver, were
interviewed on a variety of IT issues, including the impact
of the recent downturn on IT budgets, the significant trends
in IT spending, working with vendors who deliver value, database
migrations, new technologies, and more. The entire session
is accessible by current Morgan Stanley clients via their
ClientLink program at www.morganstanley.com
(August 10 webcast). All others may request a detailed summary
of the session by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org
July 11, 2001
WASHINGTON, DC -- The CIO Collective convened with the World
Bank and the Federal CIO Council to jumpstart discussions
about Communities of Interest for those two organizations.
For more information, see the KMERA
Corporation press release.
April 24, 2001
SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Stuart Robbins spoke at The
Economist IT Strategy Summit 2001: "Net-based Economics
and the New CIO."
February 9, 2001
CHICAGO, IL -- Jamcracker,
Inc.'s Midwest CIO Roundtable; CIO Collective associates
moderated panels on Knowledge Management and Corporate-University
December 13, 2000
OAKLAND, CA -- The CIO Collective participated in a Knowledge
Management conference, sponsored by KMERA
October 18th, 2000
SANTA CLARA, CA -- The CIO Collective co-sponsored a breakout
session on "The Digital Divide" as part of the program for
Roundtable, held at the Biltmore.
September 24, 1999
afford a CIO? Try renting one" -- by Melanie Austria Farmer,
Staff Writer, CNET News.com. Everything's for lease these
days -- cars, furniture, computer systems. So why not a chief